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AAI's in-house artists' group is composing Assamese folk songs

Employees at AAI NER have set up a small music composing group which is meant to promote folk songs especially of Assamese

AAI’s in-house artist promoting local art and music

New Delhi: The Airports Authority of India (AAI) employees at North East Region (NER) are contributing to forming of In-house artist’s forum for the Northeast Region family by devoting time within their busy schedule of regular duties, are now showcasing their talents on various platforms.

On October 20 during the auspicious month of Navaratra and festive mood of Durga Puja, Jagadish Baishya, Anil Kumar Kalita, Gautam Goswami, Brijesh Nishad and Pallav Das have jointly presented an Assamese song “Xaratar Padulit” dedicated for all the employees of AAI Northeast Region.

The song “Xaratar Padulit” sang by Jagadish Baishya, Lyricist Anil Kumar Kalita and music has been composed by Pallv which aims to welcome Saradiya (autumn) seasons.

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An inaugural program was held at the conference hall of the AAI Regional HQ, Guwahati where Shri M. Suresh, Regional Executive Director, AAI, North-East Region announced for releasing of the song to AAI employees in presence of the General Manager, Head of Departments, recognised Employees Union representatives.

In his message to the AAI family and the emerging in-house artists, Suresh said that there is no age factor to showcase his/her talents. As we all are aviation professionals and have different hobbies and choices of arts, we should not limit, rate let our inner artist show the interest among us. It is the region which has given many renowned artists in past. And to nurture the legacy everyone should participate as per their choice and interest, he added.

These employees have set up a small music composing group which is meant to promote folk songs, especially of Assamese.

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